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From Galilean Jew to the face of God : the pre-Easter and post-Easter Jesus [video recording] by Marcus J. Borg27, 1
Jesus and the Kingdom: peasants and scribes in earliest Christianity [Video recording] by John Dominic Crossan27, 2
Only connect : contemplation and nonviolence (vol. 3 of Shaping Holy Lives, Trinity Institute 34th National Conference [video recording] by Laurence Freeman34, 3
You are the Christ! : second-century views of Jesus [video recording] by Karen Jo Torjesen27, 3
Jesus and Generation X [video recording] by Harvey Gallagher Cox27, 4
Jesus and the World's religions [video recording] by Huston Smith27, 6
Jesus at 2000 : concluding panel: presentations and discussion [video recording] by Marcus J. Borg27, 7
The Myth/truth of god incarnate: The tenth national conference of Trinity Institute10
Scripture today: Handling the Word rightly : the eleventh national conference of Trinity Institute11
God : the reality to serve, love and know [video recording] by Seyyed Hossein Nasr30
God at 2000 by Marcus J. Borg30
The God of all faith's [video recording] by Karen Armstrong30
The God they never told me about [video recording] by Joan Chittister30
Honest to God : the universe of faith [video recording] by Diana Eck30
An ocean of God : the inner-connectedness [video recording] by Lawrence Kushner30
The prodigal God [video recording] by Desmond Tutu30
Seeing God again : what's at stake? [video recording] by Marcus J. Borg30
Naming Evil Trinity Institute's 35th National Conference 2004 DVD by Jon D. Levenson35

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